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resorb

 [re-sorb´]
to take up or absorb again; to undergo resorption.

re·sorb

(rē-sōrb'),
To reabsorb; to absorb what has been excreted, as an exudate or pus.
[L. re-sorbeo, to suck back]

resorb

/re·sorb/ (re-sorb´) to take up or absorb again.

resorb

(rē-zôrb′, -sôrb′)
v. re·sorbed, re·sorbing, re·sorbs
v.tr.
1. To absorb again.
2. Biology To dissolve and assimilate (bone tissue, for example).
v.intr.
To undergo resorption.

resorb

[risôrb′]
Etymology: L, resorbere, to swallow again
to absorb again.

re·sorb

(rē-sōrb')
To reabsorb; to absorb what has been excreted, as an exudate or pus.
[L. re-sorbeo, to suck back]

resorb

to take up or absorb again; to undergo resorption.
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Besides its antiseptic features, when used for canal filling in deciduous teeth, it is resorbed in accordance with the root, and it does not cause any harmful effect on the permanent tooth germ.
This case report describes the non-surgical treatment with MTA and a six-year follow-up of a maxillary lateral incisor, resorbed by ectopic eruption of the canine and complicated by a lateral luxation injury.
Quota studies; short implants simplify treatment in the post resorbed maxilla & mandible & reduce the number of situations where adjunctive therapy is required.
In this case reports, two edentulous male patients with severely resorbed ridges and increased inter-ridge distances were treated with a hollow maxillary denture, using common salt and putty as spacer has been described.
In fact, the resorbed partner is often the only genotype found in the germline (Sabbadin and Zaniolo, 1979; Pancer et al.
In a later case published in 1999 of premature resorption of primary teeth, radiographs showed that the primary teeth were resorbed at a time when root formation of the permanent successors had barely begun.
Polyganics says after the nerve function has been restored, the nerve guide is gradually and completely resorbed by the body.
After regeneration is complete, the tube is gradually resorbed into the body.
Like a bruise, the blood is usually resorbed within two weeks.
Sepragel Sinus and Seprapack are naturally resorbed by the surrounding tissue within 7 to 14 days, requiring no painful removal.
The product is completely synthetic and is resorbed within 30 days.
When a certain pressure point is reached, production simply ceases and the milk present in the udder is resorbed into the body.